Waterfall Gully walking trail upgrade complete

One of Adelaide’s premier walking trails is now safer to use and will be better protected from extreme weather events thanks to a now complete $5 million upgrade.

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New appointment to the District Court

Former Director of Public Prosecutions Adam Kimber SC has been appointed to the District Court, Attorney-General, Vickie Chapman, announced today. 

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Respected legal figure appointed to head ICAC

Retired Supreme Court Justice, The Honourable Ann Vanstone QC has been appointed as South Australia’s second Independent Commissioner Against Corruption.

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New self-defence laws for SA

The defence of provocation would be abolished under draft legislation tabled by the Marshall Liberal Government in State Parliament today.

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Stronger community protections against serious offenders

South Australia’s serious repeat offender laws are being amended this week to ensure there is clarity in how the laws are applied.

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COVID-19 EMERGENCY RESPONSE (FURTHER MEASURES) (NO. 2) AMENDMENT BILL

The COVID-19 Emergency Response (Further Measures) (No. 2) Amendment Bill 2020 continues the Marshall Liberal government's approach of constantly strengthening the legislative framework underpinning the COVID-19 response.

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South Australians one-step closer to real time fuel prices

The Marshall Liberal Government’s plan to deliver real time fuel pricing for South Australians is one-step closer after legislation passed the State Parliament today

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Election Posters to go and greater choice for voters on polling day under Marshall Government’s sweeping electoral changes

Expanded pre-poll voting options, a ban on election corflutes on public roads and optional preferential voting for House of Assembly candidates are among a suite of reforms being introduced to State Parliament by the Marshall Liberal Government this week.

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EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (QUARANTINE FEES AND PENALTY) AMENDMENT BILL

This bill makes two important changes to the Emergency Management Act 2004: firstly, to allow a fee to be charged to arrivals from interstate and overseas for their hotel quarantine and to further incorporate the inclusion of a maximum penalty of two years' imprisonment for those who have found to have breached a direction of the Coordinator.

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Harsher penalties for Covid-19 rule breakers

The Marshall Liberal Government will today amend the Emergency Management Act to insert a maximum penalty of up to two years imprisonment for those who defy our strong border restrictions.

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